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Does Getting a Degree Online Save You Money?

With the increase in accessibility to and advertisements for online colleges, potential students are asking a number of incredibly valid questions. One of the most common questions is about the cost of an online education when compared to the cost of attending traditional schools. This article will answer one basic question: Does getting a degree […]

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Save and Cut Costs with Kids

It is every parents worst nightmare when kids go “I want this and that” which is sad because even though it is common for kids to do that, it can drain the parents some money if they do not set some rules. However, as parents, you should also think about teaching your kids to also […]

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A Good Budget Can Save You from Insolvency

A person who is insolvent doesn’t have enough assets to cover his debts. At times people are unable to repay the debt due to some fiscal crisis and adopt innumerable measures to come out of this debt trap. You can avoid insolvency if you keep on analyzing your budget and the flow of cash. This […]

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Chase Sapphire Credit Card $100 Bonus

Chase Sapphire Card is currently offering $100 bonus after the first purchase for new account holders. The bonus will be rewarded as 10,000 rewards points which can then be redeemed for an equivalent $100 statement cash, gift card, and much more.  In addition, with the Sapphire Card, you can: Earn 1 point for each $1 spent […]

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Teaching Kids About the Values of Money

When I was growing up, the only thing my mom ever tells me is to save as much money as you can. However, there was one other formula which I found out many years later is to invest your money. My mom was right about half of it on what to do with your money […]

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Just Say No To 401(k) Loans

This past week, I received an e-mail from my employer’s Human Resources department. After years of staying away from them, my company’s 401(k) plan will now give us the option to take a loan from our retirement savings account. It doesn’t really come as a surprise as seemingly all 401(k) plans nowadays are offering personal […]

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5 Famous People Who Beat Bankruptcy

Here are our favourite five role models who faced financial ruin but who avoided disaster. There is a huge negative stigma attached to bankruptcy, and whilst it’s certainly not something to aim for, bankruptcy’s really not the end of the world. Financial difficulties affect even the rich and famous, and some of the most successful […]

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For Estate Planning, Consider Using The Living Trust

As my wife and I begin to find ourselves firmly entrenched in the “middle-aged” demographic, it’s becoming more and more important for us to plan ahead. When we were younger, our later-in-life planning consisted mostly of which warm weather destination we wanted to retire to. Now, there’s so much more than that to consider. And […]

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